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From Citations Needed: “In Episode 06 we explore how the media both consciously and subconsciously works to smear black victims, protect the police, and works…
Dhoruba bin-Wahad, formerly of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, joined us once again to assess media distortions of armed struggle. We discussed the history of the Black Liberation Army, armed struggle, media narratives regarding violence, plus praise of and advice for #BlackLivesMatter and related activists.
Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble joined us again to discuss how her work on the political economy of the internet is playing out in current media coverage of the deaths of Black people. Money and audience are generated for a variety of media and their political and commercial sponsors but little is said of the trauma and political stagnation imposed upon affected Black communities, audiences and activists.
Baltimore-born, Grammy nominee, singer, song-writer and producer Maimouna Youssef (aka Mumu Fresh) joined us for this extensive and wide-ranging conversation about Black-Indigenous-Womanhood and history, her career, #BlackLivesMatter, why she is called “Twerk Nation,” almost the presidential elections, her willingness to support alternative political parties and so much more!
Bashi Rose and Jared Ball, part of the imixwhatilike crew, have created this video mixtape commemoration to the life and politics of George Jackson. With original music and arrangements from jazz drummer Billy Kilson, Tim Hicks of the Cornel West Theory, Hec Dolo, Andre McKnight, Jake Freeman, and Bashi Rose and readings, commentary and performances by David Johnson (former comrade), Umar bin Hasan, Maisi and Marley Ball, Bali and Conal Rose, Tallulah Gabriel, Rebel Diaz, K. Amori, Son of Nun, Slangston Hughes, Eddie Conway, Norman Jackson, Bilal Rahman, Laini Mataka, Tim Hicks and Falani Spivey.
In this edition of No Hooks for The Hip-Hop Chronicles on WEAA 88.9 FM in Baltimore (12a-2a weeknights) Catalina Byrd and Jared Ball talk about…